Georgia is an ideal place for those who want to holiday at an unusual holiday destination. It has a wide variety of destinations to offer ranging from theme parks to lakes, mountains to historical monuments, and beaches to wildlife safaris.
The largest aquarium of its kind in the world, the Georgia Aquarium has 120,000 animals of over 500 different species along with a gecko exhibit and a 4D Theater. The kids are sure to enjoy this one!
A famous tourist attraction where one can climb or take the Skyride up to the Confederate Memorial Carving or visit the Antebellum Plantation to view stone representations of Robert E Lee, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, and Jefferson Davis.
A visit to Savannah on the Savannah river is a must. You can spend a day or two exploring the ancient churches, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, Bonaventure Cemetery and the Telfair Museum of Art.
World of Coca Cola
A major tourist attraction, the World of Coca Cola museum in Atlanta lets you explore the history of the soft drink Coca Cola through exhibits and memorabilia on the many floors of information that it houses.
Visit the CNN headquarters to know how news is transmitted and also the history of CNN.
Barrier islands are a set of beautiful islands located on the coast of Georgia. You can indulge in various activities like swimming, golfing, or take a guided tour of the islands.
Port Columbus Civil War Museum
A visit to the National Civil War Naval Museum at Port Columbus will give an educational edge to your vacation. Learn about the unique and diverse history of Georgia during the American Civil War through the military vessels, uniforms, and equipment of the Union and Confederate navies housed here.
Underground Atlanta is a hub for shopping, entertainment, and dining. Located in downtown Atlanta, it's a fun place full of stores and restaurants. Also visit the place that marks Atlanta's birthplace - the Zero Mile Post.
An ultimate adventure destination, Georgia has three Six Flags amusement parks. You can enjoy thrilling coasters and water rides.
Providence Canyon State Park, Lumpkin
The Providence Canyon State Park has Georgia's Little Grand Canyon. The colorful flowers and different hues of the soil make it a breathtaking sight. It is an ideal spot for camping enthusiasts.
Pine Mountain Wild Animal Safari
Visit the Pine Mountain Wild Animal Safari located in Columbus to take a drive through the park and have a close look at the exotic wild animals from around the world.
A trip to lake Lanier is a must for all fishing fans. It is located at the foothills of the Georgia Blue Ridge. Apart from fishing you can also indulge in activities like sunbathing, water-skiing, wake boarding, and sailing.
Be sure to visit all the above mentioned vacation spots in Georgia to make your trip a fun-filled and memorable one!